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Christopher Giancarlo of Haworth , a Wall Street securities lawyer, described himself to members of the Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Committee as hailing from a "line of nurses, physicians and small-business owners the children of immigrants
ET A top derivatives regulator is expected next week to accept one electronic platform operator's request to list several swaps for trading, said people familiar with the matter, bringing closer to reality a key plank of the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial
A subcommittee of the powerful Senate Banking Committee has scheduled a hearing for January 15 to discuss regulating Wall Street's role in physical commodity markets. Among the witnesses scheduled to speak at the panel are top oversight officials
ET U.S. commodity regulators are stumbling at one of their primary goals: bringing transparency to the multitrillion-dollar swaps market.
In Summary New Bill would let off the Nairobi Securities Exchange from a market regulation requiring to have minimum capital of Sh1 billion. The Capital Markets Authority has, however, indicated that it will appeal to President Uhuru Kenyatta through
The possibility that the Federal Reserve will slap a surcharge on physical commodity trading by banks highlights some tricky new challenges for the US central bank as it tries to rein in Wall Street's involvement in the raw materials supply chain.
Nov 1, 2013 American austerity is finally having one of its deep, pernicious effects in the service of runaway capitalistspreventing government regulators from regulating due to inadequate funds. The Huffington Post reports : The Commodity Futures
The Federal Reserve is considering boosting capital requirements for banks that own commodity-related assets, seeking to level the playing field between Wall Street's former investment banks and more restricted commercial banks , the Wall Street
The U.S. derivatives market regulator is nearing completion of a new rule for position limits in commodity markets that is in parts tougher than the previous proposal, two sources with direct knowledge of the plan said. Commodity Futures Trading
Democratic Congressman and co-author of the Dodd-Frank 2010 banking legislation, set about reforming the U.S. $300 trillion derivatives markets , he felt the key was to foster competition. What he discovered, though, was that some in the financial